Do you want to chat informally with your friends about serious and not-too serious stuff in real time? Well, this class is for you. You will learn the ins and outs of this popular social networking service. We will help you get started with your own account. To attend: must have an active email account and basic computer skills.
Learn how to use this popular social networking service and get started with your own account. To attend: a current email account required.
Learn to set up your account and connect with other professionals in your industry. To attend: must have an email account.
Learn the basics of this popular spreadsheet program to help you organize your life or gain a new job skill. To attend: must be familiar with basic computer functions.
Clueless about where to begin the scholarship search? Learn where to look for college scholarships and how to make your application shine! Cosette Deal from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission will guide you through online resources that will help you get the college funds you need.
This session is designed for high school juniors, seniors, and their parents. It will be repeated on Tuesday, March 10: see http://oppl.org/events/get-scholarship-0
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Get to know Word 2007 in this beginners-level class. If you have basic computer skills and want to type a letter, resume, fax, or list, we will get you started on this mighty word processing program.
To attend: must have basic computer skills.
Get acquainted with Windows computers during this introductory class. Learn how to manage multiple windows, how to create and save documents, and how to navigate folders. This is the perfect class for beginners.
Learn more features of this popular spreadsheet program to help you organize your life or gain a new job skill. Skills Prerequisite: must be familiar with basic Excel functions.
What do you list as "experience" when you don't have any? This workshop will give participants a thorough overview of the basic building blocks needed to construct a resume, how to describe your skills, and what will help you stand out to employers.
Presented by Cosette Deal from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission. The session is designed especially for high school students and recent graduates.
Learn to use the Internet to find and apply for jobs. Topics include features of major job searching sites as well as formatting choices and tools for resumes.
To attend: must be familiar with basic Internet Explorer functions and have valid email address.